After several countries in Europe suspended the use of AstraZeneca because of adverse effects and deaths caused by its CCP Virus vaccine, the World Health Organization urged the European community to continue its use.
“Vaccination against COVID-19 [CCP Virus] will not reduce illness or deaths from other causes. At this time, WHO considers that the benefits of the AstraZeneca vaccine outweigh its risks and recommends that vaccinations continue.”
According to The Guardian, Denmark, Norway, and Iceland announced they were temporarily suspending all AstraZeneca vaccinations to investigate adverse effects.
Italy followed Austria, Estonia, Latvia, Luxembourg, and Lithuania in banning inoculations with a particular batch of 1 million doses being sent to 17 countries.
France and Germany were the first countries to suspend the use of AstraZeneca for which some health authorities blame these European leaders for causing a chain effect.
Health authorities’ heartless recommendations
A 60-year-old Danish woman who died of a blood clot after receiving AstraZeneca’s CCP Virus vaccine had “very unusual” symptoms, the Danish Medicines Agency said after assessing the case.
An autopsy showed the woman died due to low blood platelets and clots in small and large vessels, also known as thromboembolism, as a result of internal bleeding after receiving the vaccine.
However, the WHO dismissed the reports of adverse effects saying, “Thromboembolic events are common. Venous thromboembolism is the third most common cardiovascular disease worldwide.”
Another high-profile case occurred in Italy. Sandro Tognatti, 57, suffered a high fever after receiving the Chinese virus vaccine in his hometown of Biella, so he went to bed, and the following morning he was dead, his wife, Simona Riussi, reported.
While the prosecutor’s office determined that the vaccine cannot be directly blamed for Tognatti’s death, neither did it present proof that it was not the cause, and since it occurred in a healthy person 24 hours later, there is little doubt that it was the reason.
On Monday, March 15, Spain also announced the suspension of AstraZeneca due to several cases of blood clots reported among people who received the inoculation.
It is strange the position of the “health authorities” in Europe, but not so much of the WHO, which has repeatedly endangered the lives of millions of people by covering up the pandemic for the Chinese Communist Party, to encourage the use of this vaccine even when it has allegedly claimed the lives of several people.